Seems to work ok Tried lots of CPU loaf apps, and this is one of only two that are actually useful (and that work). One question, though: what exactly does the Pro purchase get me?
Great simple, yet effective, monitoring app. It feels like the tablet Windows (extended) task manager counterpart. The notifications graphs are a very nice touch, not to mention the ui is my personal favorite out of all the others I've encountered. However, I too am curious what advantage "Pro" offers or if its just to support the Devs. If the later is the case then I don't mind as this is a very useful tool.
Doesn't works :( Hi. This app doesn't works on my SM-N9005 (Qualcomm Note 3 variant) running a CM12 based custom rom. Whoever it work flawlessly on my SM-N910C (Exynos Note 4 variant).
Simplicity. Only suggestions I'd make would to be able to toggle off undesired graphs, custom colours (also for widgets) and an explanation somewhere detailing the advantages of purchasing(?). Otherwise, it does everything I expect it to. Worth checking out if you're after a simple resource monitor.
Works if you figure it out Took some time but all figured out. Eats lots of battery though :(
After Recent update - app no longer works Ematics EGQ309 Tablet. The graph won't start when you press play. Zero graphing or movement. Arm Cortex A7 CPU (All winner A31) plus I've found a new bug in it. If you enable notifications... The CPU and ram graph in the Android radiant... Then return to desktop from any application is delayed dramatically. I disable these graphs and now my return to home screen desktop is near instantaneous, where before it took from 2 to 5seconds with u sermon notifications graphs turned on.
• Removed ads
• Octa core support
• Fahreheit support
• KB/s for network
• Fixed crash on RK3066